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of southern maryland and across areas of del marva and we'll see improvement. you will like the rest of the weekend forecast. we're back after the break. i thought of something else we need for the baby. what's that? it's a 200 watts per channel dynamically balanced surround sound wireless baby monitor... with a sub wolfer. good idea you should also probably have this fuschia leather diaper clutch. (coughing) "buy it" (in agreement) yea for little diapers. tiny smart vo: from the new to the hard-to-find: when it's on your mind, it's on ebay™. but it makes millions off west marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. mitt romney's position
virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. >>> if you were stuck in this traffic this weekend, you had a whole lot of company. traffic and parking an absolute nightmare. the county had the day 2 canceled because of the problems. mutters are obstacle courses held in the mud all over the world. more than half a million people participated but this one is being called an absolute disaster. it is all over social media. they said there was flooding, traffic and parking issues and inconsistent support from authorities for the cancellation. the traffic volume, lack of adequate parking and the weather that impacted the course yesterday played a role in can selling for today. >>
. getting ready to start the work work zoneslot of being picked up around the beltway. starting in maryland on 270, no between frederick kempe the beltway. the b-w parkway and about 50 looking pretty good in maryland. 395 at glebe road in virginia looking good. no act of war zones northbound southbound, through the mixing bowl of. spots on the beltway in , still active. a couple of lines tied up, but traffic. back to you. >> thank you. new this morning, a death investigation forcing authorities to remove several a bethesda home. one of the dogs is dead. drive.s on corsica they found a woman dead inside around midnight as well as the dog. removed the seven living dogs out of the house. the cause of death of the woman. inar-old has been shot n the 200 washington i block of 37 st.. teenager was conscious when arrived.s no word on any suspects. >> in culpeper, the husband of by policeot to death year was found dead. was found dead yesterday. patricia died six months ago in a confrontation with a police officer. autria godfrey reports from culpeper. >> i still have a lot of questions i would lik
of baltimore city, to the people in baltimore county, and to the state of maryland, this belongs to you. >> to let his more than 40 years in the nfl, modell's love of the game never wavered. he realize football would become a marriage of destiny. >> my passion for the game of pro football was new in those days. a thanksgiving day, 1934, the dodgers against the old giants. it has been good to me and i hope i have been good to the game. >> not only good to the game, but good to the business. modell played a pivotal role in expanding the business. his legacy will differ from the history books written in cleveland from those written in baltimore. >> i want to continue to enjoy my career. i want my children to stay in the sport. i am happy with what i have done over the years. i was thrilled to be part of the growth of this business. >> a former advertising man who grew up in new york, he spent most of his life pursuing what others thought was impossible. a family man, a businessman, a football man. the success of football immortality it eluded him. during his life, he saw hall of fame voter
accused her of party leaders say rosen is registered to vote in both maryland and florida and cast ballots in both states in two prior elections. now, with just weeks to go before election day,, democrats are searching for a new candidate. its too late to ggt rosen's name off the ballot. but we're told the states democratic party ould name a new congressional candidatt as soon as today. (1:11:17) "the maryyand democratic party blew the whistle on wendy rosen. where on monday the democrats democratic voters in the first diitrict to vote against the democratic candidate. there will be a write-in candidatt in" instead." prosecutors aren't confirming whether they are investigating wendy rosen. because the allegations date backkmore than five years....some legal ooservers believe the statute of limitations may have run out. it's up to the senate now... to pass a short-term spending &pplan... thht would keep the u-s government funded through march.last night.. the houue approved the measure with a 329-to-91 vote.the temporary spending bill issneeded to avoid a governme
. -- police department thoroughly investigate all assaults. maryland law is specific about criteria that must be met in order for charges to be filed in an assault case. also when juveniles engage in sexual activity, a certain age difference must be present for an act to be a crime. that difference is not present in this case. wednesday, the parents met with the school principal who says she will look into the matter and take appropriate action. the parents tell us they will keep their daughter out of school temporarily until this is all resolve. wbal-tv 11 news. >> a new poll gives the odds of expanded gambling in maryland as much chance as a flip of a coin. >> david collins is following all these developments. he joins us live from the newsroom with details. >> the gonzaleses poll finds 45% of those surveyed are in favor of expanded gaming and 45% are opposed. the question is in the hands of 9% of voters who say they are undecided. and casinos are discussing a partnership. >> the question 7 tv ad campaign appears to have confused more than swayed voters. >> it is very confusing. they both h
maryland, virginia and d.c. prompting watches and warnings. it left behind a number of power outages. around 15,000 customers are without power and crews have restored power to 9,300 customers. take a look at this picture of a water spout on the chesapeake sent to us by a viewer. we are told that one police officer at sandy point state park spotted a funnel cloud. his police cruiser was damaged. northern virginia and d.c. were hit with strong storms. trees and power lines were toppled. nearly 150 customers lost power. the national weather service says it checked out a sighting of a tornado in fairfax county. and now for the very latest on the forecast, let's check in with our meteorologist. >> this afternoon and this evening, watching the storms coming in, the strongest storms were either in pennsylvania or down closest to the district of columbia and southern maryland. here on tv hill, we got gusts up to 29 miles an hour. b.m.w., gusts were up to 35. this evening, the rain is mostly east of us. we have a couple of sprinkles in our area. clouds are beginning to break up in western ma
... new report shows... violating maryland tolls... may... be... too easy.....according... to he washington post../ . more than... 650-thousand drivers... have blown hru maryland's ... e-z pass... tolls.../ costing theestate... 6.7-- million dollars! but... transportation officials say... the &pviolators... actually... make up ...only one percent ..of all toll users. 3 although one perceet is a small number we're nnt satisfied with even one percent and we will pursue those people with every tool that's available to us they're hitting them with astronomical tolls and yet they're not collecting them from the people who don't obey the law. that's just not right transportation officials say they plan to re-introduce legislation next year to make it easiir to go after violators. 3&baltimoreans... won't soon forget... the... sttrm earlier this summer.../ that... "derecho.".../// john rydell ... sayss../ b.g.e.... is... beeng questioned... p about... that storm.../ by... members... of the... marrland's public service commi. commission... (rydell) "executives from bg
investigate all charges. in this case, and no force was used during the encounter. maryland law is very specific about criteria for charges to be brought in a sexual assault case and those required elements are not in this case. also when juveniles engaging in sexual activity, a certain age difference must be present in order for the act to be a crime. that is not present in this case. the parents did meet with the school principal who promised she would take action. the parents will keep their daughter out of school temporarily until this is all result. wbal-tv 11 news. >> police say a mother left five small children alone in a hotel room while she committed a robbery. she is facing a long list of charges including five counts of confining an unattended trout. she and another man entered a hotel room and demanded money. police obtained a key from the employee and found five children ranging in ages from four months to six years old. they are being cared for by a relative. and what started as a suspicious death investigation in north baltimore is now being called a homicide. police resp
. the attack comes on a same day that a maryland national guard unit charged with training the police oversees returned home. george? >> unit commanders say it was a difficult mission, but it was at the centerpiece of the u.s. strategy in afghanistan. >> it is fantastic to be home with the family again. >> they were honored saturday, assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan, helping to train the afghan army and the police in the hopes they will fight crime and the taliban on their own some day. it is part of and in u.s. combat operations there by the end of 2014. >> the challenge was trying to train them to the way that we do it. we taught them the basics. our job is to show them how to do it and they learn how to do it. >> the homecoming comes on the same day that two nato troops were killed by an afghan police trainee. >> it is a part of the conflict that we deal with on a day-to- day basis. as a leader, i thought we were led and prepared and trained. nothing can help you prepare for something like that. >> they spent a year in afghanistan, deploying on septembe
but it makes millions off west marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. >>> storms from yesterday out of here. had gorgeous weather. >> wasn't it? >> cleaning up, as we all were. >> 91 yesterday. only 80 degrees today. that is nice. cooler i think tomorrow. if you've been outside tonight, you know it's the kind of weather that makes you feel like you can get a lot done. >> energy? makes you feel frisky? >> you got it. >> you were the first one to put it out there. it's gorgeous tonight. crisp, delightful. we thought we'd give you a look at the weather headlines. expecting tonight to see our temperatures dropping into the 50s, you can give that air conditioning a break if you haven't already
and more coming up on "good morning maryland" at 5:00 a.m. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work. >>> kids at the seed store in baltimore got to be scientists for the week. we're talking about getting dna from fruit to getting evidence from a crime scene. this is called file lab. it's a tractor-trailer that has cutting edges science lab and the goal is to get kids excited about careers in science. >>> a local 8-year-old can add published author to her resume. samantha brownly was born with hearing loss and she became inspired to write about her experiences in hope that's it would help other children with hearing loss to
's state accountable. >> sheldon has more for us. >> the maryland consumer rights coalition is a nonprofit that has been an advocate for homeowners throughout the mortgage crisis. they say they're happy with what banks have done to help families in need, but they think more can be done to others. >> it was hailed as a landmark settlement by the dancer -- by a landmark settlement but injuring a very. it was a settlement with the five largest banks, stemming from a national investigation into unethical mortgage practices. >> that includes robo-signing. but those are legal documents where they do not know if the contents are true. >> a nonprofit based in baltimore says think efforts are praised what -- praiseworthy, but she says more can be done to help distressed families. relief averages about $79,000 per family. so far, the state has received more than $224 million from the settlement. more than 79,000 maryland families are still at risk of losing their homes. more should be done to help these families, like more principle reductions instead of short sales. >> that is not the kind of relie
they would get a slight brake on their bill. but maryland regulators allow power companies to recoup lost billing during the first 24 hours of an outage. but only during a major event, which is defined by having as many as 100,000 customers or more without power. when the cost is spread across the customer utility based, consumers end up paying about 49 cents extra for power they never used. the fee is only applied to the first 24 hours. >> we have fixed expenses. in essence, this is about our ability to continue to reinvest in the infrastructure and whether there is a derecho, are hurricane, or anything along those lines, we still have fixed costs. >> consumers are outraged, mostly because of the principle of the fee. they complained about the cost of replacing food, medical expenses, and hotel rooms, for example. >> given all the costs of the customers have to pay, this is like pouring salt in their wounds. >> the bill stabilization -- the bill stabilization adjustment was intended to serve as a credit on consumer billing. one jurisdiction opposing the bill adjustment suggested bge requ
a state trooper seriously injured. injured. why maryland d f ndes >> the august jobs report just released. mitt romney and president obama are spinning the numbers on the campaign trail today. >> as president obama leaves charlotte for a campaign event in new hampshire, he is preparing to encounter some bad news about the jobs report last month. >> 100,000 jobs we got, a disappointment. >> equally concerning for economists is the unemployment rate. it dipped slightly to 8.1% as more people gave up on finding a job. paul ryan is blaming president obama. >> this is not close to what a recovery looks like. you would need to have 150,000 jobs to keep pace with population growth. that is not what president obama promised. >> already mitt romney's campaign has released 15 ads attacking president obama's job record. >> this president cannot tell us that we're better off today than when he took office. >> president obama calls any job increase a positive. his supporters say they are ready to hang on. >> we are in a recovery and the young people should understand that. it takes time. >> time is ru
maryland. the mosquito born west and i'll virus has so far killed two people. a total 29 -- 25 people have been affected. more people than ever are finding out day of testing positive not by going to the doctor but when they have tried to donate blood. when you donate your blood, it goes to a lab to be tested for diseases testedhiv, polis, hepatitis b and c and the west nile virus. >> it is not available for transfusions or any other use of that blood. the blood supply is still considered very well protected. >> in 2010, the cdc reported there were no such cases. in 2011, three donors work cause. i didn't let it fall, 385 nationally would be donors had a positive west nile virus. -- in 2012, 385 nationally would-be donors had a positive west nile virus. >> they have to have a whole array of clinical symptoms to meet the criteria to be considered human west nile virus cases. >> it is not clear how many of the 10 donors so far this year will end up becoming confirmed infections. all of these would be blood donors have no symptoms of the west nile the virus at the time it did not know they ha
, and tune in to good mangmaryland starting -- morning maryland starting at 4:30. >>> a massive fire in ocean city that broke out on 37set street. -- 37th street. the call came in just before 6:00. several fire companies responded and we'll told at least three families were displaced. the good news is no one was injured. >>> a high speed chase that started on 83 crossed state lines and ended with a crash in roland park tonight. they ended up at north charles and greenway. they caught up with the suspect when the car crashed into a speed limit sign in the middle of this neighborhood. two teenage suspects are in custody and we're told they are run aways from a group home in pennsylvania. >> a cloudy night with some rain showers creeping in from western maryland. it may be a few days before these storm clouds move out. so let's check in with meteorologist mike mascans. >> the trade-off is it's pretty mild. this will turn into some rain showers. temperatures that are really mild. look at dc, still 75 degrees. north of the front, maryland is down to 62 degrees. you
a walk with a maryland tone age or the way to san francisco on foot. >>> plus, the little boy loses his best friend three years later. they're reunited. his priceless reaction is next.  i'm barack obama, and i approve this message.  mitt romney's position on women's's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. but it makes millions off west marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. goo
feels like in the inner harbor. it feels hot, not for september standards. maryland's most popular doppler, a spot shower and storm, north of baltimore county. towards the wests another strong storm moving north of washington county, it's about the complex of storms over ohio. you see severe thunderstorm watches and warnings this is a cold front that's going to be pushing in our direction. >>> a day after his death, former ravens owner's son is speaking out for the first time. david and his brother john were by their father's side for his final moments at johns hopkins hospital. >>e had a moment with my father at the hospitals with four players, the head coach, the owner, that i think easily rivals my father receiving the super bowl trophy in 2000. it was the most, one of the most special moments of my life that i will never forget. it is no surprise this organization is in the position to succeed because it is filled, filled, with wonderful, warm and kind people. >> art and his late wife, pat, were involved in the community, spending time and money on local charities, the organiza
of maryland ers. >> gov. martin o'malley showcasing the biotech institute of maryland as well positioned for success. the non-profit provides free up, specific training for jobs in the biotech field. >> the role here is to be the common platform and the catalyst for highlighting where those opportunities are. >> the governor sees this as a long-term effort for maryland to grow in the science and technology industry. this comes as the unemployment rate creeps up to 7%. only slightly under the national average. these states increase of just 800 jobs in july, baltimore city parks and employment is 11.3%. two of our three neighbors fare better. virginia, 5.9%. pennsylvania is higher at 7.9%. the greater baltimore area has shed private-sector jobs over the last five years and economists say maryland is an expensive state to do business especially with a corporate tax rate of 8.25% and an income tax increase for those making $100,000 or more. >> when you're in an expensive state to operate, that seems to be our problem. >> the impact of congress failing to agree on a budget may hit maryland ha
of expanded gaming and the maryland and a potential game- tying scenario is emerging behind-the-scenes between two casino operators. the gonzalez marketing poll shows 45% of those surveyed are in favor of expanding gaming and 46% opposed. the fate of austan 7 is a debt of the hands of the 9% people - the fate of the gamin debate is in the hands of the 9% of people who are undecided. john's hopkins political science professor explains how the partnership would benefit if it goes through. >> if questions 7 succeeds, then he cuts his losses in half. pen national will take half the loss. cortish is a developer. if he will continue to develop, he needs operating capital. he can sell half of it to pen national, he has capital. >> that deal would have to be approved by the maryland state lottery agency. pen national will have to sell its other christina. companies cannot have an ownership stake of more than 5% in more than one can see no -- than one casino. it the election were held today, but 1% said they would vote to keep the same-sex marriage law on the books. 6% remain undecided. mayor stephanie
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of maryland. 72 degrees at b.w.i. thurgood marshall, warmed up quite a bit from our low this morning of 51. we expect it to maintain that even as we get into the afternoon. a lot of sunshine as we get into the afternoon hours. we will still be in the mid-70's as we get towards the evening hours. expect a lot of clear skies to the next several days. we will have details in a few minutes. >> coming up, a woman becomes the victim of arson, and baltimore city charges >> a baltimore woman remains homeless today after losing her house to arson. thef that isn't bad enough, city is billing hurt thousands for demolishing her house. >> i am going to stand my ground. i own this land, i am a taxpayer, and i'm a united states citizen. >> when she doesn't stay with family or friends, she calls this camp home. >> it is not the best of comforts, but i don't want to be a burden on other people. >> in february 2011, someone set fire to her home. the city tore down her house and sent her a bill. >> i watched my life go up in flames. >> tonight at 11:00, what the city says about demolishing the home she lived in
on saturday knocking out power to people in100,000 washington, virginia, and maryland. about 500 this morning. this was after sunday filled up across the area. it was a scramble to save perishable foods. >> it went out about -- i went out this morning and got six of ice and packed our freezer and took a lot of the of the refrigerator and put it into a cooler. the freezer,mes to half-full freezer can go 24 hours without power if. it's full, 48 hours before >> new york cleaning up after a includingther tornados in queens and brooklyn. trees and power lines brought despite the damage, no serious reported. taking a look at the day ahead, county polices will update the public on the killed ar who kettering teenager. amber stanley was shot to death bedroom two and a ago.weeks police don't believe the random. was totally tonight's community meeting is at 7:00 p.m. at the kettering community center in upper marlboro. hurt ineople seriously annapolis in a shooting that a gas leak scare. the shots rang out before midnight on that forever is a street near frederick douglass. . shot
of overnight construction. on the beltway in maryland and boulevard, all lanes are open. through greenbelt on the inner process ofe in the clearing overnight construction. the article is still one lane. single file to the right getting by. southbound 95 to fredericksburg, the work zone is still active. a couple lanes are still closed. happy friday. >> thanks so much. new this morning, receiving reports of two earthquakes in area and another in china. seven people killed and more than 20 injured in a 5.2 quake china.hwest authorities are checking for damage. a magnitude 3.4 quake 9 miles west of los angeles. >> a developing story. a nationally known high-school tm embroiled in scandal? . school playersgh the team after an incident in north carolina. snuck prostitutes into weekend andlast some engaged in sexual activity. players withdrew from the school two others will be expelled. a fifth one will face a disciplinary hearing. prince george's county police by thegating a shooting district heights police officer. officer, sergeant john riley, arrested a man for stealing a motorcycle. riley sh
, 2013, to give opponents time to put the measure on the ballot. maryland will be one of four states voting on same-sex marriage laws. calls are pouring into and from the stone bank at the maryland marriage alliance headquarters in and not the phone bank at the maryland marriage alliance headquarters in annapolis. he says reverend sharpton does not speak for the broad leadership of the african- american community. >> i do not think he holds a lot of clout. >> this pastor disagrees that this is a same s civil rights i. >> they do not have the right to redefine marriage for the entire population. >> after president obama came out in favor of same-sex marriage, polls revealed an uptick in support. he charges african-american clergy are putting politics ahead of what is in their hearts. >> i want to be able to give the president a pass on this issue. >> african-american clergy in support of same-sex marriage say it is a civil, not a religious matter and it will not infringe on religious freedom, but those opposed disagree. they have already filed lawsuits in other states. >> first lady m
illegal immigrants to pay discounted in-state tuition price if they attend maryland scols and if their families filed tax returns. opponents push it to a referendum saying they don't deserve the break since they are not maryland citizen. the group educating maryland kids coalition says 1% of student population is made up of dreamers. >> in order for these students to be eligible for in-state tuition through the maryland dream act their family must have filed income taxes for three years before going to a maryland college. and file taxes every year they are in college. >> reporter: dream act was well received in this neighborhood. the push will continue until election day on november 6th. cheryl conner abc2 news. >>> so called popular kids thought they pulled off a prank. it backfired. now they are embarrassed on tv ne. find out what happened here. >> it is cool overhead now. spotty showers moving across the state. it is a warm up in the seven- day forecast. that's coming up. >>> 16-year-old high school student was honored for the high school court as a prank. now the joke
to western maryland. this is the weather associated with the front that's coming in. the front itself is back in ohio. even back in indiana. once it comes through, we'll see a dramatic turn around in the humidity levels and the temperatures. but we could be in for a rough time this afternoon and this evening, as the potential is there for some strong thunderstorm activity. i'll talk about that coming up with the insta weather plus forecast. >>> time to clean off portable grills, stock up ton plastic cups and get those footballs and frisbees out from the garage. tailgating is ready to make its regular season debut. >> while the opener waits in the wings, we're all aflutter with the pennant race going strong at camden yards. we have more on the massive sports weekend in baltimore, eve thoen the o's gave up their first place standing in the division last night. >> well, take a look around. everywhere you look there's orange, there's purple. baltimore is on fire for this weekend. so it's exciting. >> that pretty much sums it up for baltimore this weekend. >> i am definitely in overload. i am lovi
simply cannot do double duty. under maryland law, a speed camera can only be used to take pictures of speeders. >> an entire week of fantastic late summer weather conditions. temperatures right now upper 70's and low 80's on the area. 81 of the inner harbor. it is beautiful up there, but there are changes coming our way. look at the southern edge of that line really falling apart. our best chance for a shower is nothing more than a sprinkle here. late tonight. it looks like that cool front, which is what those showers of developing ahead of, will be passed us by tomorrow, so the weekend promises some decent weather again. >> just a few days after the raven's tame the cincinnati bengals, the team faces a tough game this sunday. i have a closer look of the first road game of the season. >> the second game in the most grueling stretch in nfl history, certainly one of them. four games in 17 days. a brutal toll on the body, the acheson pains are eased with wins. ed reed, who tweaked his hamstring scoring his 14th touchdown says he is fine. paul kruger, who today was wearing a channeler
in your. aw, yeah. purple friday in maryland. they have been traveling all over since this morning and they are walking in with all kinds of goodies. it is good times. a lot of fun. everybody is here. i will tell you what -- a lot of fun. got some beads for the kids, some calendars. you name it, the cheerleaders have a. ladies. -- hi, ladies. how are you doing? >> i will let you go. playinge, the o's are the yankees tonight. and pete gilbert is there. some major, major league baseball going on tonight. >> you have purple there. a sea of orange here. it is one of the greatest nights in the history of camden yard. the unveiling of the new cal ripken jr. statue. the orioles hit six home runs in the game last night. mark reynolds, he had two of them. this is unbelievable what he is doing. 8 home runs in the last seven games. he is the first to hit multiple home runs against the yankees in the season and. he has been on an unbelievable care. we know he is a great ballplayer, but even to his teammates, he is something special. >> he is a unique player. he is a guy when you get hot, he is
maryland's new gaming facility. >> and find out which state put the stamp of approval on driveless cars. would you get in one? those stories and more coming up on good morning maryland at 5. >> of course you have a favorite. >> i am not the favorite. >>> the u.s. postal service with the financial situation is look grimmer by sunday, the service is required by law to pay the federal government 5.6 billion dollars. this to fund health care benefits for retireees but it won't be that because they don't have the money. it's going to be the second time the service had defoughted on a -- defaulted on a payment. they will run out of money by the spring unless congress acts soon. >>> the lacrosse player sentenced for murdering his girlfriend is fighting the judge's decision. >> good morning maryland at 5 starts right now. >> you are watching the station that works for you. now, good morning maryland. >> and after a number of starts and stops could we see plans for a casino in baltimore city? the plans laid out for the harrah's. >> another round of spraying for west nile virus. locations you nee
: others in maryland today are looking beyond state borders in order to help in this election. tom sherwood has more on that story. >> reporter: everyone knows virginia is a toss up state. maryland says it can help. as a workman hosted the maryland state flag in charlotte, delegates were not just thinking about their state. most agree it's solidly democratic. but neighboring virginia right now is a toss up. and maryland democrats intend to help. the state attorney general says like 2008, maryland will deploy volunteers all over the commonwealth. >> the lower part of maryland we're going into virginia and doing knocking on doors in virginia, particularly northern virginia as well as doing phone banking deeper into virginia. >> reporter: the national democratic party agrees that maryland could be crucial in keeping virginia blue. >> i know that you are proud to be a very blue state. and you should be. but we know that we're going to need your help making sure that virginia stays blue. >> reporter: he said that the campaigning will not detract from ballot issues, immigration, same-sex marriage
by a maryland delegate and it burns to the ravens honor. -- emmett burns to the ravens owner. the letter read, "many football supporters and constituents are aghast that a member of the ravens football team would step into this controversial divide and try to sway public opinion one way or another." today, he had some burns on twitter, saying, "football is just my job, not who i am. i am an american before anything. like every american, i have the right to speak." if you would like to read what the around the league editors of the nfl had to say, and you can go to the baltimore city police department gathered to honor an officer who died while on duty. funeral services were held at the cathedral. officer taylor was on route to a call when his car collided with another vehicle back in february. he died last week from his injuries. >> he was a testament and an example of what it takes to have a dedicated career. 17 years. he is the example of commitment. >> officer taylor was laid to rest in his home town of annapolis. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. the co-owner of
to retrieve themselves. the state agriculture department is spring areas all over central maryland during the next few weeks. >> police are investigating a homicide in west baltimore. skyteam 11 was over the scene in the 1700 block when investigators say a 24-year-old man was shot. a witness spotted a black female fleeing the scene. investigators say she is still at large. detectives have not revealed the motive or the name of the victim pending family notification. seven people injured in an mta bus pressure of a hospital. the investigation into how the bus drifted into a shelter continues. mta officials said the bus was parked and the driver was inspected the empty bus when it began moving in crashed into the shelter. >> there are a number of procedures that should occur when the buses stopped. everything from the wheels being turned to the bricks being set. we are investigating to determine of all the proper procedures were followed. >> if the bus up writer were told she could be fired. >> the 2010 law change the way retirees will receive annual increases in their benefit. the mayor's
. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. evidence today of weak in the job market. the labor department says feweran employers posted jobs in july and june. fellpenings fell to -- from june. 3.5 people are competing for each job opening. >> maryland's failure to crack violations is the state millions of dollars. the state is doing little to penalize drivers using easy pass lanes without paying tolls. nearly 650,000 vehicle owners nearly $7 million and a maryland authorities have not suspended a single registration. is a $500m penalty fine. an announcement coming the new from apple -- iphone, a much anticipated occurs tomorrow afternoon. to have a bigger screen and no doubt se
's game. other olympic athletes for maryland, live with details. >> you should stop by the inner harbor here. they're going to put on quite a presentation. this grand, recognition ceremony to honor all of the 2012 olympians and paralympians. government wreckage -- government representatives for the city as well as governor will attend. there will be streamers and the overture played by the high school marching generals you can attach the presentation live at 4:00 p.m. live at the inner harbor. wbal-tv 11 news. >> it looks pretty nice of there. will it be nice in terms of weather? let's check in with meteorologist ava marie. >> is just beautiful and sunni out there. quite comfortable as well. we have -- quite a sunni -- quite sunny as well. expect temperatures to be in the upper 70's between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. not indicating any sort of precipitation. 74 degrees at 6:00 p.m. it will be a little chilly as people head to the game. as a drop in to the 60's by the end of the game with mostly clear skies. let's talk about those overnight temperatures when we come back. >> orioles fans were lo
. nikole killion, wbal-tv 11 news. >> members of the maryland council met -- at the maryland muslim council met to condemn the violence in libya and egypt. >> we want to emphasize that this is no way allowed in our religion of islam. anyone who doesn't is not doing the right thing. we stand with our american brothers and sisters in condemning this violence. >> the nightly news team is tracking the tensions abroad. stay tuned for live coverage from overseas blush reaction from washington. >> state delegate tiffany alston and state prosecutors have reached an agreement to resolve the two criminal cases against her without going to trial. she is accused of using campaign funds to buy a wedding dress and using taxpayer money to pay an employee of her law warm. >> the lawyer for anne arundel county executive john leopold is asking for new testimony, alleging gender did -- gender discrimination be tossed out. attorney linda actor is attaching the new claims saying they became sensationalized. the lawsuit accuses leopold and three other men of improper conduct and sexual harassment which created a
the clouds and the rain is falling across the area. now to maryland's doppler radar. a good dumping on rain. no lightning detected. there could be thunder from the cell as it drifts through baltimore city. another storm east of edgemere. no lightning just yet. chance of storms producing lightning is there. here's the forecast hour-by-hour. 76 degrees. humidity 73. chance of a shower. wake up to showers tomorrow morning at 71. we have an ugly forecast to share coming up. > >>> let us not forget isaac. those living on the gulf coast will not. isaac, it came as a hurricane. it seems to have done a lot of damage already. many victims are spending another day with no electricity and tropical temperatures. they are wondering when the weather will go away. >> reporter: remnants of hurricane isaac were strong enough to spawn tornadoes in arkansas saturday. isaac is gone. hurricane left behind a trial by water. >> we are getting ready to get washed -- washed away. this is the result of plaquemines parish. whole neighborhoods swamped by currents. the only way to go home is by boat. they are keepin
to the public. >>> maryland created 1400 jobs in august but the unemployment rate rose. it's up from 7% in july. the numbers were released by the u.s. department of labor. maryland saw an increase in the unemployment rate. nevada continues to have the highest and north dakota has the lowest. >>> temperature wise it's comfortable. nice start to the weekend. we have a clear sky, a little sunlight and temperatures in the mid-70s. bel air upper 70s. humidity has come up in the last few hours. that's having an impact. clear now but a new front is on the board and beginning to march in our direction. it's sparking showers across northern indiana, northern ohio. as we go into the latter evening, mid-60s by morning and clouds on the increase. we'll talk about how conditions will change saturday this time, saturday evening. >>> general motors is recalling more than 450,000 cars tonight. some of them are rolling away unexpectedly. they affect the malibu g6 and saturn ora. the problem is in the transmission cable. owners will get a warning letter in the mail. >>> there will be fewer jobs at american airli
and not currently licensed by the state of maryland. in response to the investigation, the company released the following statement -- "we have been in business for eight years and has successfully conformed thousands of complication-free surgeries by licensed health professionals." they say that the origin of the suspected infections is being carefully investigated. baltimore county police have officially charged a man with killing his grandparents and signed his pikesville home. police say that matthew long used a pair of 20-pound dumbbells and a knife to kill his grandparents, and vaughn pepper and marjorie pepper. he then fled to oklahoma, where police found him unconscious in a hotel room with a note saying "i'm sorry about this he is being held in an oklahoma detention center and his trust with two counts of first-degree murder -- and is charged with two counts of first-degree murder. a judge is deciding whether the suspect is fit to stand trial. alexander kinyua is charged with attempted first-degree murder after police say he killed a family friend in harford county and eight parts
, the gambling in maryland. >> caroline kennedy speaks with abc news. she sit -- she shares new of her father never reform released. -- never before released. reform released. -- ne[ male announcer ]d. this is america's manufacturing when president obama took office. this is china's. under obama, we've lost ov half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time, china's beating us. seven times obama could've stopped china's cheating. seven times he refused. it's time to stand up to the cheaters, and make sure we protect jobs for the american people. [ male announcer ] barack obama: failing to stop cheating. failing american workers. i'm mittomney and i approve this message. the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real differ
marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a.... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and......according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. >> it has been a very bloody day in syria. car bomb exploded, killing at least 17 people and injuring dozens more. so far no one has claimed responsibility. rebel fighters continue to battle syria's forces. an additional forces were killed in the attacks. it is the largest city in syria and has become the chief battleground in the civil war. turning now to the race for the white house, president obama took his reelection campaign to florida where he told supporters he will protect medicare. he says a new report shows estimate romney is elected seniors would take tens of thousands of dollars more for health care. the president also outlined his st
>>> you're watching the station that works for you. now. good morning maryland. >> we all remember where we were 11 years ago today what we were doing with we first heard about the horrific attacks on world trade center and pentagon and flight 93. this morning the nation will pause to remember. the lives risked to be saved at the world trade center a ruling to help pay for medical costs. details on this. some say it's welcomed news. classrooms are empty for a second day in a row in chicago. more information on contract negotiations that has teachers saying they are not budging. details on those stories and more happening on this tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. and wake up with us i am meg -- waking up with us i am megan prinkel along with lynette charles and lauren cook is monitoring the roads. >> reporter: so far so good. did you watch the game. >> a little bit of it. i was surprised when i woke up when i went to bet it was 17-13 and i did and a great way to wake up. >> reporter: i know. i was shocked by that scoreboard. >> i know. you went late i got to the first quarter
and a teacher. he's charged as a juvenile. his grandfather is also facing charges. >> maryland law requires gun owners to secure loaded firearms from children 15 years of age or younger. my opinion, however, is let's go above that. let's secure our weapons even if the law doesn't require us to. >> we went to police a firearm safety instructor who said you should never story gun loaded or unsecured in this case. according to charging documents, the gun wasn't locked up, and he saw him a place to go between his mattress and box spring prior to the incident. >> i have never made the case they keep any fire alarm -- any firearm under the mattress or under the pillow. while it's too easy to wake up from a sleep not knowing whether you are awake or asleep for what is going on. >> once the gun is unloaded, you need to secure a with an inexpensive trigger locker to locker. they are cheap and easy to use. >> the big thing is, you have to have the keys away are with you. >> if you leave the keys mouse, it's like it was on. >> he recommends placing it in a lot safe attached to the home so it can be used.
:00, a second person in maryland has died from the west nile virus. the number of west nile cases in the state now up to 25. that's up four from last week. all of the infoacted individuals have been adults. for -- foash health officials said make sure containers are free of water. another day with temperatures near 70 and 80. man, fantastic, fantastic fall weather. humidity staying, remaining comfortably low. that alts brightest -- that's the brightest spot. new front on the move. in the meantime enjoy a cool evening. we'll talk about when the system arrives. >>> let's go out to d.c. the president ordered the flags lowered for ambassador christopher stevens and three others when the embassy in beaning gallons discis with abeen benghazi was attacked. >> reporter: president called it an outrageous and shocking attack. four americans dead, including ambassador chris stevens. >> we will work with the libyan government to bring to justice the killers who attacked our people. >> reporter: on tuesday people firing automatic weapons fired and all four americans died from smoke inhalation. no one was s
and they are looking for additional victims. >> now the showdown over gambling in maryland. some maryland county executives are getting together to encourage voters to support question 7. that ballot initiative would allow games in maryland and a new casino in prince george's county. today there was a news conference on the issue in silver spring. >> is a bought -- about the high end jobs, and also about the economic development that comes from having a high and facility at national harbour progress county executives say it is a fight between the state of maryland and the state of west virginia. they say the money and jobs would go to west virginia if gambling restrictions are not east. >> hundreds of american airlines flights have been either canceled or delayed call with hundred more expected because of issues with both pilots and planes. >> the airline in bankruptcy is trying to cut costs, cut salaries and benefits. the employees and specifically the pilots are unhappy about this. caught in the middle, american passengers. >> an on-time arrival is far from a guarantee. >> i just want to get h
recommends putting the gun in the save with a manual lock. at maryland law requires gun owners to keep guns secure of the reach of children. this charge is a misdemeanor, punishable by a $1,000 fine. he >> you can see the first pictures from this -- from the scene had a vote whether u.s. support having metal detectors in schools. >> a stolen car investigation led to a police-involved shooting in baltimore county. we are told the incident started around 11:31 and officer spotted a stolen vehicle. when the officer approached, the driver took off toward the officer, forcing him to open fire. police track down the car and the suspect. the suspect is being treated for a gunshot wound to the upper body and is expected to survive. the officer has been placed on routine administrative leave. a 14-year-old accused of shooting a student on -- at perry hall high school could be released on bail tomorrow. he is set to appear in the baltimore county circuit court. officials postponed a previous hearing. he faces 29 criminal counts back. if granted bail, that does not necessarily mean he will return to s
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on the 10th anniversary of the sniper attacks around the maryland and d.c. area. returning is the public face of the investigation. later today, the investigator who led the search for the shooter over the terrifying 3 weeks will be sharing with their remember about the shooting spree with other law-enforcement officers. it was october 2002 when two men terrorized the d.c.-maryland- virginia. most were later convicted. the discussion starts in about an hour and the 11 news crew will be there with a full report tonight at 11. for horse racing fans in maryland, it is the end of an era. >> the last horse raised in state and to win the prick it -- win the preakness has died. >> can maryland established in the economy? how the governor plans to do that coming up. >> said news from the nfl tonight. the president of nfl films steve sabol died after his fight with brain cancer. it is started working with his father, ed, back in 1964. there revolutionized sports broadcasting and helped make the nfl the most popular sport. he joins his father in receiving the lifetime achievement emmy from the nat
in the party. martin o'malley from maryland giving his speech in primetime. >> hallie jackson, thank you. we continue our team coverage with jennifer franciotti. how to the experts think the governor did? >> all indications are that he did better than in his 2004 speech. he walked out on stage to a cheering crowd. the governor spoke to the convention telling the crowd that america needs to move forward. >> maryland always chooses to move forward. we understand the progress and the choice. job creation is a choice. whether we move forward or back, this is a choice and that is what this election is all about. >> coming up, we'll hear more of the governor's comments during last night's speech and the great our political analyst is giving the governor for his speech. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. another maryland politicians scheduled to speak, senator barbara mikulski is scheduled to speak this evening. she is the longest serving womean in the history of congress. 12 democratic women running for the senate this november. you can download our smart phone app and visit us on
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